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The Town of Dillon in partnership with Krystal 93 radio and the Summit Daily News will host the first ever “Rocky Mountain Talent Show,” to be held on Thursday evenings at the Dillon Amphitheatre starting July 7. The talent shows will continue on consecutive Thursdays through Aug. 4 (total of five weeks) with the top two talent competitors vying for top honors at the Krystal 93 BBQ at the Summit on Aug. 12. A prize package will be awarded to the winning act. A variety of talents will be considered for acceptance such as singing, dancing, bands, playing an instrument, creating a hand-drawn masterpiece and performing a magic trick. In addition, these acts are among those that would be acceptable: juggling, riding a unicycle, reciting original poetry, performing original music, performing with an air band, performing a dramatic skit, and so on. The event is open to all ages, but parental/guardian consent for minors under the age of 18 is required.To be considered for competition you must submit an electronic form of your talent/performance (such as a link to a website video, UTube video, etc.) by email to: SFairweather@townofdillon.com today. Please provide complete contact information for follow-up by the selection committee. Contestants will be selected by a panel of judges whose decisions will be final. Sorry, due to time constraints, all applications must be submitted by email (no live try-outs). All contestants must reside in Colorado and provide proof of residency in the form of a driver’s license or other valid identification. During competition the audience and a panel of judges will select the weekly winners who will advance on in the weekly competition.

The Alliance for Historical Preservation has set its first two Historical Town Tours in Frisco for June 18 and July 3. This may be your first-ever chance to take a peek at Foote’s Rest which is on both state and national historic registers. A costumed guide will meet you at 1 p.m. behind the Frisco Information Center at 3rd & Main. Email Carole Burger at cburger1957@yahoo.com or leave her a message at (970) 668 2523 for further info. $5 donation.

Kari Mattson’s senior recital will take place at noon on Saturday at Lord of the Mountains church in Dillon. Come hear works for violin, piano and vocals. On the program are Bach, Beethoven, Bruch, Kreisler and Schubert.

U-Care Health Screening, a new preventative medical office is having its grand opening on Saturday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 124 Main St. #205 in Dillon. There will be a free stroke risk assessment and thyroid evaluation. A free preventative health screening using 3-D ultra-sound technology. Choose between abdominal, respiratory, vessel thickness, breast, prostate and more. There will also be preventative health and wellness info, a free 10-minute deep tissue massage as well as free food and door prizes.

We just wrapped up two incredible days of volunteering to clean-up Highway 6 that runs through Keystone Resort! We had over 85 participants on June 1 and 6 and collected over 1,580 pounds (June 1-760 pounds, June 6-820 pounds) of trash that lined the roadway. We also collected over 200 pounds of scrap metal and over 150 pounds of bottles and cans. We could not have pulled this off without everyone’s hard work and dedication to keeping our resort clean.Special thanks goes out to: the Keystone Conference Center Services and kitchen staff for two great barbecue lunches, Roads maintenance staff for the outstanding assistance with getting everything collected from the side of the highway, and disposed of at the Summit Landfill as well as the Keystone Citizens League for their eagerness to help on both days. I am so thankful for everyone’s help and I look forward to the next Adopt-a-Highway event. Sincerely,Frank G. Papandrea,Keystone Resort environmental manager


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